Umatilla National Forest land and resource management plan and record of decision

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Title: Umatilla National Forest land and resource management plan and record of decision
Author: United States. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Region
Abstract: Plan discusses management of the recreation, roadless, wildlife, big game, fish, riparian, water, minerals, and timber resources. Record of decision is to approve, adopt, and implement the Forest Plan which accompanies the FEIS and to adopt its preferred alternative. In addition to multiple-use goals and desired future conditions, other objectives implemented include: maintaining roadless areas, maintaining potential big game populations through habitat, providing timber harvest at 1979-88 levels, providing livestock production at or near current levels, provide for a high level of anadromous fish production as well as riparian protection, provide old growth/mature tree habitat above required levels, increase developed recreation opportunities, manage Wild and Scenic Rivers and provide for scenic and special areas, and provide for a mix of unroaded, roaded, and closed road dispersed recreation and a moderate level of off-highway vehicle (OHV) opportunities.
Description: 373 pp. Tables, figures, glossary. "The Umatilla National Forest is located in the northern portion of the Blue Mountains in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. Within the Forest Boundary there are over 1.5 million acres, of which 1.4 million are national forest lands. Of the national forest acres within the boundary, 1.2 million are within the Oregon counties of Baker, Grant, Morrow, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, and Wheeler; and 0.3 million are within Asotin, Columbia, Garfield, and Walla Walla counties in Washington (see Table 1-2)." Captured June 12, 2008.
Date: 1990-06-11

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